By: The Unbiased Science Podcast x Nathan
While it may seem trivial that drinking water is important, there are some big reasons behind why you should always keep an eye on your hydration. Some of the benefits of staying hydrated include:
This will vary from person to person, but there are a few basic ways you can get figure out how much water to drink when you will be doing physical activities. Follow these simple tips to make sure that you replenish and hydrate your body before, during and after a workout.
Improves delivery of oxygen and nutrients to working muscles. Also helps remove metabolic by-products and waste from muscles, while replacing water that is lost through sweat.
Hydrated muscles function better than dehydrated muscles. If your body is dehydrated, your muscles will be deprived of electrolytes and cramp.
Staying hydrated helps maintain blood pressure during exercise so your heart doesn't work harder to maintain normal blood pressure.
Dehydration contributes to muscle fatigue, which can increase the risk of injury. Staying hydrated can help reduce muscle fatigue and reduce the risk of injury.
When you're on the move, you should carry water or your hydration liquid with you. Whether you're walking, running, hiking, biking or training, we got you covered.
QuickStart 4L Race Pack
A minimalist pack that's perfect for shorter hikes, runs, or a walk around the neighborhood.
*Includes a 1.5L bladder.
TrailMix 7L Race Pack
A very versatile day pack with 7L of storage and pockets for snacks, extra layers, and your phone.
*Includes a 2L bladder.
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